Rosedale is a neighborhood in New York City in the southeastern portion of the borough of Queens. The neighborhood is on the border of Queens and Nassau County, Long Island. The neighborhood is part of Queens Community Board 13.
Restaurants in Rosedale
5 based on 12 reviews
Here is buried arguably the greatest Jewish religious leader of the 20th century- undoubtedly the force behind the greatest and most successful movement of Jewish renewal and re affiliation and renewed commitment of the last fifty years, continuing actively to today, 21 years after his departure from this world.
His disciples have built an enclosure around the grave of the Rebbe, which is next to the one of the previous Rebbe who preceded him.
These are the graves of very holy and revered Jewish leaders- the place deserves utmost respect and decorum.
The Chabad Lubavitch have established a building on site, including memorabilia and videos of the Rebbe, and instructional inspirational material, as well as a guide for traditional observances at the memorial.
As a family with past and present connections to this Jewish movement, it was very meaningful and spiritual for us to "pay our respects" and hopefully renew and strengthen our commitments to the mission that the Rebbe promoted in his long illustrious career.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Well maintained, beautiful scenery. Manicured lawn, duck pond and dog park. A nice quite park to enjoy in an urban area. Free parking, next to the Valley Stream LIRR station.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Came here for drinks before my flight out of JFK. Bartender was friendly with decent selection of beer on tap. Nothing special about the food and a very local hangout. Located along the canal with outdoor seating which I'm sure must be pleasant view during the warmer months.
4 based on 160 reviews
This is the 8th year we have attended the Belmont Stakes Race. The track is in relatively good condition. The staff, which is primarily temporary, was very pleasant and helpful. The price has gotten so outrageous that we will have to consider other options for next year. Admission was over $100 for grandstand seating and the parking was $40-that is ridiculous! The security check was the worst I've seen - even Pimlico does a better job. We were lucky and arrived VERY early (10:00) and had little trouble this year. Last year, it took us over 45 min to get through security - and that was an hour before 1st Post. The set-up is terrible - it should be further away from the main gate area. We were talking to people that arrived around 11:00. They said it took 1 3/4 hrs to get through.
4 based on 195 reviews
Decided to take the LIRR from Jamaica to Midtown rather than subway. This was around 20-25 minutes quicker. When buying a ticket at Jamaica just look for the green machines with white tracks. Here you can buy a combined airtrain and LIRR metrocard for a one off journey. This ticket will get you to Penn Station from where you can walk, bus, cab or subway to your hotel. If you plan to later use the subway you will have to buy a seperate metrocard as they are two different systems, confusing I know! Easy journey with room for luggage which cut out the traffic. $12.50 each off peak.
4 based on 7 reviews
I recently visited the Andrew J. Parise Park in Cedarhurst, NY to take professional photography headshots. The weather was a bit on the cold side, but the sun was bright outside. The Andrew J. Parise Park was a nice, small and quiet park with a several memorial statues such as September 11th, a gazebo, a water foundation (off for the season) and open park. Although the park is open space, it is surrounded by quiet neighborhood homes in a predominated Jewish community. We enjoyed the scenery with families walking by with children, kids playing in the park with their dogs, minimal car traffic and occasional Long Island Rail Road trains stopping at the Cedarhurst station. I certainly want to come back during the warmer weather when flowers and trees look plush and the sun provides more warmth.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
There are many things to do along the boardwalk now with the trapeze ,the escape room ,the concession stands, bike riding ,renting a bike Or just sitting on the benches taking in the peacefulness of the waves.
3.5 based on 86 reviews
Safety is a concern. Car broken into during the day. Security now where to be found. Police state relatively common occurrence. Good selection of stores, but don't advise travel alone,especially at night. Live near,but always issues here.
4 based on 14 reviews
The "Metropolitan Museum of Art" is one of the most important museums of the world and a landmark of New York City! While leaving the city, you may find last minute gifts at its lovely store at JFK Airport - Terminal 4. Items as calendars, toys, scarves, ties, T-shirts, jewelry, watches and so on, for him, for her or for the kids. All with "The Met's" signature!. As a matter of fact, "The Metropolitan Museum of Art Stores" are an important part of your visit to the Museum itself, on 1000 5th Avenue, or to its other premises: "The Met Breuer" (945 Madison Avenue) or "The Met Cloisters (99 Margaret Corbin Drive - Fort Tryon Park). There is also a "The Met Store" on "Rockfeller Center" (15 W 49th Street), almost across the street from St. Patrick's Cathedral (a very convenient location if you are visiting Midtown Manhattan). As a traveler and as a New York City fan, I find visits to "The Met Stores" very enjoyable and a fantastic chance to buy articles that are reproductions of art master pieces from "The Met's" own magnificent collection. Enjoy!
4 based on 19 reviews
The baggage area is way at the end of the terminal, and has the added convenience of the Air Train right outside the baggage pickup or storage. And you don't have to leave the terminal unless you are getting a taxi, or bus. Very convenient.
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